The Impacts of Lyrics Training on Improving Listening Skills for ESL Students
Keywords:MALL, listening skill, mobile apps, Lyrics Training, ESL learners
This study found out the impacts of the apps Lyrics Training on learning and teaching Listening skills. A few papers still researched this app and its impact on how students learn the English Language. The qualitative research happened in two weeks with the content analysis method. The researcher collected all highlighted points from the available papers, affecting the learning process. Furthermore, Lyrics Training is a beautiful app because it helps students to achieve their learning goals via music and detect new beautiful songs to add to their playlists. Therefore, it is an ideal tool for teachers to consider applying in their Listening class. After the research process, the researcher will analyze its pros/cons. She also suggested effective ways of learning the Listening skill and teaching this skill with Lyrics Training in class.
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